Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha is a place of worship for the majority of the Sikh population residing in the Slough area.
The Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha opened in April 1976 and was the first Sikh Temple in Slough. Prior to this, services had been held in the Barn Restaurant, Salt Hill Park.
The Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha was built on land which had been leased from Slough Corporation and had cost over £70,000 to build. The money needed was raised entirely through donations. The official opening ceremony was preceded by a procession from Salt Hill Park, which was headed by an open truck carrying a priest, the holy book and 5 sword-carrying Sikhs. Guests of honour at the ceremony included Mayor Ron Peters, local MP Miss Joan Lester, and national Hindu leaders.